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Sol Invictus

"The Cruellest Month"


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Release: 2011
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Sol Invictus - The Cruellest Month CD

Sol Invictus are the godfathers of classic Apocalyptic Folk. With 'The Cruellest Month', they release their first album for six years and make their long-awaited debut for Auerbach Tonträger / Prophecy Productions. 'The Cruellest Month' has turned out to be a typical Sol Invictus album in every regard. Music-wise, it's angular, combative, painful, with pessimistic and cynical lyrics.

As well as songs poison-penned by Tony Wakeford, the album contains a number of traditional songs, including Andrew King's rendition of mass-murder ballad, 'Cruel Lincoln', and Tony Wakeford's version of class war anthem, 'The Blackleg Miner'. 'The Cruellest Month' sees Tony Wakeford finding back to his true strengths, cementing the position of Sol Invictus as the spearheads of the Neofolk genre. Cover-painting by Tor Lundvall.
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InfraRot item number:2008.806
Label's catalogue number:AB 031
1.Raining In April
2.To Kill All Kings
3.The Sailor's Aria
4.Fools' Ship
7.The Bad Luck Bird
8.April Rain
9.Cruel Lincoln
10.Something's Coming
11.Stella Maris
12.The Cruellest Month
13.The Blackleg Miner